asphyxiating gas

asphyxiating gas

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  • gas shell — /ˈgæs ʃɛl/ (say gas shel) noun an explosive shell containing a liquid or other material which, when the shell bursts, is converted into an asphyxiating or poisonous gas or vapour …  

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